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Bats Of Ohio – Brought To You By Bat Removal Findlay Ohio
Bats Play A Number Of Roles In Ohio’s Ecosystems, But They Also Love To Live In Your Home So Take The Time To Get To Know The Bats Of Ohio.
Bats Have Their Place In Nature But Not In Your Ohio Home!
What You Should Know About The Bats Of Ohio
You may not know this, but Ohio has a wonderful nature preserve in Metro Park, Clear Creek. In the park’s caves, bats hibernate but will leave when the weather warms and search out their summer roosting homes. Many bat species can be found in the park’s caves, including the endangered northern long-eared bat, federally protected.
Bats in the US faced a major crisis when White Nose Syndrome(WNS) infected the population. In 2011, the first case of WNS was verified in a deserted mine in Lawrence County, Ohio. Since then, WNS has been found in counties throughout Ohio.
Bats of Ohio numbers have diminished dramatically since WNS’s discovery. But, bats still manage to get into Ohio homes, and often in large numbers in attics. When a bat colony gets in your home’s attic, they can cause serious problems from their feces and urine and produce unhealthy conditions in your living spaces.
Buckeye Wildlife Solutions Northwest division believes it’s important you get to know the Bats Of Ohio, and especially the Little Brown Bat and the Big Brown Bat, the two most common bats found in Ohio homes and attics.
The Bats Of Ohio Species – The Controversy
LITTLE BROWN BAT
BIG BROWN BAT
TOWNSEND’S BIG EARED BAT
SILVER HAIRED BAT
RAFINESQUE’S BIG-EARED BAT
NORTHERN LONG-EARED MYOTIS BAT
MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BAT
INDIANA MYOTIS BAT
GRAY MYOTIS BAT
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